Jennifer Scott Mobley is the assistant dean of service learning at Grove City College. She is passionate about helping students identify and achieve their educational and career goals and to equipping them to lead fully informed and actively engaged lives. Her commitment to a holistic approach to student development has propelled her to operate in many different capacities with a focus on career development, experiential learning, and community engagement. Over the past fifteen years, she has served in boundary-spanning leadership roles in both academic and student affairs, ranging from an associate director of career services to department chair of a communication and visual arts department. She currently serves as assistant dean of service learning at Grove City College. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio University.
In her teaching, research, and service, she is committed to equipping students as they navigate college-workforce transitions, and she is passionate about developing learning environments and pedagogical strategies that provide students with 21st century skills. Her work has been recognized by the Jenzabar Foundation for her innovative approach to student leadership and civic engagement. She serves as the director of a program development grant from the Network of Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE) and as an editorial board member for Management Communication Quarterly, International Journal of Business Communication, and Partnerships: A Journal of Service Learning and Civic Engagement.